|Test||PRENATAL PROFILE 10|
|Methodology||ELISA, Chemiluminescence, Impedance/Radio Frequency, Red Cell Agglutination, Conventional Culture, and Chemstrip 9® or 10® / Microscopic Examination
Positive Treponema Pallidum antibody specimens reflex to an RPR Card Test (RPRC) to be confirmed at an extra charge.
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen Confirmation will automatically be performed on all HBs Antigen positive patients at an additional charge.
If the antibody screen is positive, an antibody identification and titer will be performed. First time antibody identifications will reflex to red cell antigen typing for each antibody, and also to a DAT, polyspecific. The DAT, polyspecific will, in turn, reflex to a DAT-IgG and a DAT-C3d if positive. If the DAT-IgG is positive, an RBC elution will be performed. An additional charge will result for each of these reflexed tests if performed.
Urine culture isolates reflex to organism identification and antibiotic susceptibility test at an additional charge.
|Description||Includes CBC, Treponema pallidum antibody, Rubella Antibody, Hepatitis B Surface Antigen, Type and Screen, Urine Culture, and Urinalysis with Sediment|
|Specimen||Submit all of the following specimens:
1. Draw blood in plain, red-top or serum gel tube(s). Spin down and send 4.0 mL (minimum: 2.0 mL) of serum refrigerated.
2. Draw blood in a lavender-top (EDTA) tube(s). Mix well after draw, and send 1.0 mL EDTA whole blood refrigerated. (CLOTTED OR GROSSLY HEMOLYZED SPECIMEN IS UNACCEPTABLE.)
3. Draw blood in a lavender/pink-top (EDTA) tube(s), and send 7.0 mL of EDTA whole blood. NOTE: TUBE MUST BE LABELED WITH FULL NAME OF PATIENT (LAST, FIRST [DO NOT USE NICKNAMES]), DATE OF BIRTH AND/OR INDENTIFICATION NUMBER, DATE OF COLLECTION, AND INITIALS OF PERSON DRAWING SPECIMEN.
4. Submit a clean-catch midstream urine specimen in a sterile urine container. Collect first morning specimen when possible. Organisms accumulate in bladder overnight, so first morning specimen provides the best yield. Specimens collected at other times are more dilute and are not optimal. Refer to "Culture, Bacteria, Urine" for detailed instructions on specimen collection.
|Reference Values||See individual test listings|
|Analytic Time||1 Day|
|Day(s) Test Set Up||Monday through Friday|
81000 Non-auto with microscopic - OR
81001 Auto with microscopic
85007 Manual differential (if indicated)
85025 CBC with differential
85027 CBC without differential, (if indicated)
86780 Treponema Pallidum Antibody
86780-59 TP-PA (if indicated)
86850 Antibody Screen
86860 RBC elution, (if indicated)
86870 Antibody ID, each antibody, (if indicated)
86880 DAT, polyspecific, (if indicated)
86880 × 2 DAT, IgG and C3d, (if indicated)
86886 Antibody titer, each antibody, (if indicated)
86900 ABO Typing
86901 RH Typing
86905 Red cell antigen typing, each, (if indicated)
87077 Bacterial indentification, (if indicated)
87086 Urine bacteria culture
87186 Antibiotic susceptibility (MIC), (if indicated)
87340 Hepatitis B Surface Antigen
87341 HBsAG confirmation, (if indicated)